Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas
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- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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We really did not get to stay long enough in Hong Kong and as we leave on the second day at noon we get a spectacular view. The weather is starting to cool and as we get into XIAMEN, CHINA it is quite cool and raining. Almost a nice break.... Since there was a tropical storm in the Philippines a couple of days ago I guess we get some of the weather and after not having had any rough seas so far, this night the boat is bouncing and rolling a bit and the ...
... I walked in and my jaw almost hit a passing cat. There were shelves and shelves of japanese manga (translated into Korean). They had every single possible series you could think of, and people would just lounge around with a coffee on the table, a cat in their lap, and a tidy pile of manga within easy reach. A couple there had at least several dozen books piled high on their table. There were 5 cats, I believe, in the cafe. I wish I took ...
... the next item to tick off the list was one of the palaces - Gyeongbokgung. Much of Seoul was razed during various wars and Gyeongbokgung was rebuilt in the late 1800s.
The palace is set with a backdrop of modern glass skyscrapers to one side and mountains on the other - it's an extraordinary juxtaposition. To be brutally honest I was underwhelmed by the palace itself but I did not have time to take a private tour and I found the self-guide tour ...
From plane to landside must be the quickest process I’ve
ever experienced. Immigration had no
queue (the US could learn a thing or two from the Koreans), my bags were through quickly
and customs was hassle free.
A couple of weeks ago I’d called into the Korean Air place
on Piccadilly to find out about airport transfers and they’d given me two
vouchers for the transfers to and from the airport. I ...